On July 11, 2014, reader “T.R.” asked:
“It is said that “you can pick your friends, and you can pick your nose …but you cannot pick your Friend’s nose” …. Does this apply to politicians that also pick your pocket ? Hmmmmm”
First and foremost, I think we need to address the initial portion of this question, which is the notion that you cannot pick your Friend’s nose. I firmly believe this to be false. I think it is EXTREMELY possible to pick your Friend’s nose, though more often then not it is against their will and often requires a third friend to restrain them. Furthermore, there have been numerous studies done by highly respected anthropological organizations that conclusively prove that in many subcultures around the world, picking a friends nose is a sign of mutual respect (see the article ,”Toddler Daycare Subcultures”, Anthropology Gazette, Sept. 2013 Issue).
Finally, concerning pick pocket politicians, I will answer your question with another question. If politicians pick our pockets and we pick our politicians, are we in fact picking our own pockets?
Since I find it irritating when people answer MY questions with more questions, I will answer my own question. “Yes.”
Thank you for you inquiry,
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Do we really pick our politicians though Brett? Do we? Really? DO WE?!